by Dr. Sivan Tamir* Society seems to be facing a long-term care (LTC) crisis. LTC is a collective term for various services (such as assistance in daily living activities; home […]
Authors: Sebastião Barros Vale, Chelsey Colbert, Limor Shmerling Magazanik, Rob van Eijk On May 19, 2021, the Israel Tech Policy Institute (ITPI), an Affiliate of The Future of Privacy Forum […]
The development and implementation of Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based tools in the healthcare field seems to be continuously increasing. In fact, it would seem like there is no limit to human ingenuity when it comes to artificial intelligence.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought to the fore the crucial role that data collection, analysis, sharing, and dissemination play for governments, academic institutions, and private sector businesses racing to advance […]
Artificial Intelligence in Government: Implementing Algorithmic Decision-Making Systems in Welfare Services – ABSTRACT
This review (in Hebrew) looks into the emerging trend of integrating AI-based technologies into governmental services; social welfare services, in particular. Our focus here is algorithmic decision-making (ADM) systems, designed […]
Telemedicine – the provision of long-distance clinical healthcare, harnessing readily accessible health-related information and telecommunications technologies, has seen a rather dramatic change over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In 2017, the Israeli government passed the Government Decision 2316, aiming to promote Israel’s global leadership in this sector through 2 vectors: 1/ promoting and developing the Israeli industry and 2/ promoting solutions to mobility challenges.
ITPI has recently contributed an opinion at the request of the Knesset Research and Information Center (RIC) to a review (in Hebrew) on the issue of making technology accessible to people with disabilities, put together by the former.
The Digital Transformation of our society has been evolving for some years, yet deep structural changes requiring investment in physical infrastructures, innovation of policy and legislation and public-wide changing of old habits have been slow to follow.